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NEW YORK: Palantir Technologies Inc has started accepting payment in bitcoin and is considering investing in cryptocurrencies, the U.S. analytics provider disclosed, the latest firm to pivot to digital currencies that are gaining wider mainstream acceptance.
(Reuters) - Palantir Technologies Inc, a Peter Thiel-backed U.S. analytics company, said on Tuesday it had started accepting bitcoin as payment from customers and was also considering investing in cryptocurrencies.
Mainland China’s overall population continued to grow last year, rising to 1.412 billion from 1.4 billion a year earlierChinese mothers gave birth to 12 million babies last year, down from 14.65 million in 2019, marking a 18 per cent decline year on year
PARIS (Reuters) - A French air force pilot has filed a criminal complaint alleging that as part of a hazing ritual he was tied to a target on a firing range while fighter planes flew overhead and fired off munitions, his lawyer told Reuters on Saturday.
A coalition of musicians and human rights groups urged music streaming company Spotify on May 4 to rule out possible use of a speech recognition tool it recently developed to suggest songs – describing the technology as “creepy” and “invasive”.
Such systems monitors eye and head movements, mainly to recognise drowsiness, alcohol or drug use, and general distraction.
The Dutch government has temporarily disabled its coronavirus warning app amid data privacy concerns for people who have the app installed on phones using the Android operating system.
Nevada this week paused efforts to pass a bill that would allow technology companies to buy land and form quasi-local governments, following criticism that the proposal was part of a troubling trend of “smart cities” run by tech behemoths.
NEW YORK: Facebook Inc beat Wall Street expectations for both quarterly revenue and profit on Wednesday but warned that growth later this year could "significantly" decline as new Apple Inc privacy policies will make it more difficult to target ads.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc beat Wall Street expectations for both quarterly revenue and profit on Wednesday but warned that growth later this year could "significantly" decline as new Apple Inc privacy policies will make it more difficult to target ads.